wired services router


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wired services router

A network device that forwards data packets from one network to another. It is primarily used in a home or small office that has a separate Wi-Fi access point (or does not use Wi-Fi). A wired services router is a "wireless router without the wireless" and also tends to have more management options as in an enterprise router. See enterprise router, router and wireless router.
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